Price2Spy proudly announces partnership with eEnforce

31 July 2020 - 11:12, by , in Price2Spy announcements, No comments
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price2spy announces partnership with eEnforce

Price2Spy always strives to team up with the best hence our new partnership with eEnforce™. This partnership will allow eCommerce companies to benefit from eEnforce™ by stopping unauthorized sellers in combination with the Price2Spy’s best solution for detecting MAP violations.

eEnforce™ has become one of the fastest-growing eCommerce protection companies in the world. Since 2012 many MAP Software companies approached them and they’ve become a truly legal authority. With their technology, they are able to help brands have a better overview of bottom line profits, quality control, reputational harm, etc. on platforms like Amazon, eBay, Walmart, and Private websites. 

On the other hand, we in Price2Spy are very proud of numerous features developed since 2009. One of them is definitely our solution for detecting MAP violations. Since MAP violations represent the No1 issue when it comes to eCommerce protection, it’s not hard to understand where this partnership comes from. 

From now on, both eEnforce™ and Price2Spy will be able to offer their clients an even better service. We’re sure that together we can accomplish great things!

 

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Price2Spy is an online service that provides comprehensive and suitable solutions for eCommerce professionals including; retailers, brands/manufacturers and distributors in order to stay profitable in the current competitive market conditions. If you want to learn more about what Price2Spy can do for your business, please get a personalized free demo or start your 30-day free trial.

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